Chief Dan Doyle has 27 years of law enforcement experience and has been Chief of Police for the Lake Havasu City Police Department since 2006. During his law enforcement career, he has worked in a variety of positions including Patrol, Investigations, Narcotics, School Resource, SWAT, and Dive Rescue. Prior to his career in law enforcement, he served as a Non Commissioned Officer in the United States Marine Corps.
Chief Doyle holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and received his CPM from Arizona State University. Chief Doyle is a graduate of the 211th Session of the FBI National Academy for Command Officers and a graduate of the Southwest Command College. Chief Doyle is a Past President of the Western Arizona Law Enforcement Association and is currently a member of the DHS Senior Advisory Council and the Arizona Supreme Court's Committee on Limited Jurisdiction Courts.
Chief Doyle currently serves on the CLEAN Coalition Board of Directors and the Salvation Army Advisory Board. Chief Doyle is very active with the local youth and participates in youth leadership programs as well as coaching youth sports. Chief Doyle has been married to his wife, Lisa, for 24 years. He has two sons, Jake (14) and Josh (11).